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Make a Plan to Vote

For generations, women of color have fought for the right to vote and make our voices heard. In 2020, we’re carrying that legacy to not only ensure we vote freely, but that our votes usher in a future where every person can live with dignity and respect. We know when women of color vote, our voices are heard. We will determine the outcome of this election.

Remember, whether you choose to vote early this year, vote by mail, or in-person, you have options to make voting safe and convenient for you. 

Learn how to make a plan that’s flexible for your schedule and to get information on when, where, and how to vote.

Voter suppression is real, and it shows up in many ways. So, we created this voter information hub to make voting as easy and convenient as possible. Everyone deserves to have their vote counted.

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  • Know Your Voting RightsIf you are in line when polls are supposed to close, stay in line – you have the RIGHT to vote.
  • Know Your Voting RightsIf you make a mistake on your ballot, ask for a new one. It’s your RIGHT.
  • Know Your Voting RightsIf your citizenship is questioned when you’re voting — don’t take it. Voting is your RIGHT. Call for help!
    English: 1-866-OUR-VOTE / 1-866-687-8683
    Spanish: 1-888-VE-Y-VOTA / 1-888-839-8682
  • Know Your Voting RightsIf the machines are down at your polling place, you can ask for a paper ballot. It’s your RIGHT.

Remember, if you are in line and don’t feel safe, you can call 1-866-OUR-VOTE for help!

For more information about voting rights, visit WhenWeAllVote.org.


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